Electromagnetic hypersensitivity(EHS) is a label assigned to a percentage of the population that have identified non-ionizing EMR (electromagnetic radiation) as a potent negative health factor that impedes their ability to lead a normal life. The symptoms can be diverse, potentially affecting all body systems. These may include, for example, insomnia, headaches, fatigue, “brain fog,” palpitations, rashes and more.
Non-industry related research has prompted many scientists, medical professionals and epidemiologists to conclude that the reported 3% -5% of the population affected is likely a gross underestimation.
It is important to understand that EMR affects everyone, as these frequencies have become increasingly ubiquitous in our world, no matter where we live. There may or may not be current discernable symptoms or detrimental effects, yet we all are affected.
As with cigarette smoking, some of us may become ill after only a few years of smoking, with others the latency period may be much longer, and some few never seem to have problems. However, the harm to red blood cells is universal. It took many years of debate before the Surgeon General finally mandated a warning label for tobacco. In the meantime, we can significantly reduce our EMR exposures.
The radiant power of these recently introduced electronic devices, in combination with frequencies that are chosen for their penetrating characteristics, are terra forming our world into an electromagnetic environment we've never experienced before. And although dramatic shifts in our environment are part of our history, they usually occur over a vast period of time giving life an opportunity to adapt. All biological life on this planet cannot help but be influenced.Bee colony collapse link
"The human species has changed its electromagnetic background more than any other aspect of the environment. For example, the density of radio waves around us is now 100 million or 200 million times the natural level reaching us from the sun. Nor is there an end in sight." (Dr. Robert O. Becker in "The Body Electric" 1985)